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INSTRUMENT PANEL
ORDER OF SOUND FUNCTIONS
Adjusting the Speakers (Balance/Fade)
To adjust the balance between the right
EQ OFF CLASSIC DANCE
and the left speakers, press this button
BASS MID
TRE
until “BAL” appears on the display. Turn the
TECHNO
VOL
volume knob to change the balance. The
ROCK
FAD
display will show the balance level. When
VOICE
POP
JAZZ
finished making the selection, press this
EQ OFF
BAL
button again to select the balance level.
84Z024
84Z023
To adjust the fade between the front and
PLAYING A CD
SOUND button (8):
rear speakers, press this button until “FAD”
Insert a CD partway into the slot, label side
appears on the display. Turn the volume
up. The player will pull it in and the CD
Setting the Tone (Bass/Mid/Treble)
knob to change the fade between the front
should begin playing. You can insert a CD
Press this button until “BAS” appears on
and rear speakers. The display will show
with the ignition off.
the display. Turn the volume knob to
the fade level. When finished making the
increase or to decrease the bass. The dis-
When the CD is inserted,
“CDP” will
selection, press this button again to select
play will show the bass level. When fin-
appear on the display. As the CD is loading
the fade level.
ished making the selection, press this
“LOADING” will appear on the display. As
button again to select the bass level.
Setting the EQ
each new track starts to play, the track and
Press this button until “EQ OFF” appears
track number will appear on the display.
Press this button until “MID” appears on
on the display to select customized equal-
the display. Turn the volume knob to
If the ignition or radio is turned off with a
ization settings designed for classic,
increase or to decrease the mid. The dis-
CD in the player, it will stay in the player.
dance, rock, jazz, pop, voice and techno.
play will show the mid level. When finished
When a CD is in the player and the ignition
Turn the volume knob until the desired
making the selection, press this button
is turned on, the radio must be turned on
equalization setting appears on the display.
again to select the mid level.
before the CD will start playback. When
When finished making the selection, press
the ignition and radio are turned on, the
Press this button until “TRE” appears on
the SOUND button again to select the
CD will start playing where it stopped, if it
the display. Turn the volume knob to
equalization setting.
was the last selected audio source.
increase or to decrease the treble. The dis-
To cancel an equalization setting, press
play will show the treble level. When fin-
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch
the SOUND button until “EQ OFF” appears
ished making the selection, press this
(8 cm) single CDs with an adapter ring.
on the display, turn the volume knob until
button again to select the treble level. If a
Full-size CDs and the smaller CDs are
“OFF” appears on the display, then press
station is weak or noisy, decrease the tre-
loaded in the same manner.
the SOUND button again to select the
ble.
equalization setting.
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality may
be reduced due to CD-R quality, the
method of recording, the quality of the
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music that has been recorded, and the way
scanning, press this button again. The cur-
play when the CD player has been
the CD-R has been handled. There may be
rent track will begin to play.
selected. The CD symbol will appear on
an increase in skipping, difficulty in finding
the display when a CD is loaded.
TUNE (Previous/Next Track) button (4):
tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
Press the down arrows to go to the start of
EJECT button (10):
ejecting. If these problems occur, check
the current track or press the up arrows to
Press this button to eject a CD. The only
the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface
go to the next track. The track number will
way a CD can be ejected from the player is
of the CD is damaged, such as cracked,
appear on the display. The player will con-
by pressing the eject button. The CD will
broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
tinue moving backward or forward through
not eject when the ignition or the radio is
properly. If there is no apparent damage,
the CD with each press of the up or down
turned off.
try a known good CD.
arrows.
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get
Using an MP3/WMA CD
AM button (2):
caught in the CD player. If a CD is
Press this button to listen to the radio when
MP3/WMA Format
recorded on a personal computer and a
a CD is playing. The inactive CD will
If you burn your own MP3/WMA disc on a
description label is needed, try labeling the
remain safely inside the radio for future lis-
personal computer:
top of the recorded CD with a marking pen
tening.
instead.
• Make sure the MP3/WMA files are
FM button (3):
recorded on a CD-R disc.
If an error appears on the display, see “CD
Press this button to listen to the radio when
• Make sure to finalize the disc when burn-
Messages” later in this section.
a CD is playing. The inactive CD will
ing an MP3/WMA disc, using multiple
RPT (Repeat) button (7):
remain safely inside the radio for future lis-
sessions. It is usually better to burn the
Press this button to repeat the current
tening.
disc all at once.
track. RPT will appear on the display.
• Files can be recorded with a variety of
CD/AUX button (9):
Press this button again to turn off repeat
fixed or variable bit rates. Song title, art-
Press this button to play a CD when listen-
play.
ist name, and album will be available for
ing to the radio. “CDP” will appear on the
display by the radio when recorded using
RDM (Random) button (7):
display when the CD player has been
ID3 tags version 1 and 2.
Press this button to hear the tracks in ran-
selected. The CD symbol will appear on
• Do not mix standard audio and MP3/
dom, rather than sequential, order. “RDM”
the display when a CD is loaded.
WMA files on one disc.
will appear on the display. Press this button
Press this button while a CD is playing to
• Make sure each MP3/WMA file has a
again to turn off random play.
pause the CD. “PAUSE” will flash on the
“.mp3” or
“.wma” extension, other file
INT (Scan) button (7):
display. Press this button again to resume
extensions may not work.
Press this button to listen to the first few
playing the CD.
The player will be able to read and play a
seconds of each track on each loaded CD.
Press this button to play a CD when listen-
maximum of 50 folders, 5 sessions, and
“INTRO” will appear on the display. To stop
ing to the audio contents from other device
999 files. Long file names and folder
(AUX mode). “CDP” will appear on the dis-
names may use more disc memory space
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than necessary. To conserve space on the
tions will have no function on a CD that
Playing an MP3/WMA
disc, minimize the length of the file, and
was recorded without folders or playlists.
With the ignition on, insert a CD partway
folder names. You can also play an MP3/
When displaying the name of the folder the
into the slot, label side up. The player will
WMA CD that was recorded using no file
radio will display “ROOT”.
pull it in, then “LOADING”, and then “MP3”
folders. The system can support up to 8
or “WMA” will appear on the display. The
When the CD contains only compressed
folders in depth, but, keep the depth of the
CD should begin playing. You can’t insert a
audio files, but no folders, all files will be
folders to a minimum in order to keep down
CD with the acc off. As each new track
located under the root folder. When the
the complexity and confusion in trying to
starts to play, the track number, and the
radio displays the name of the folder the
locate a particular folder during playback. If
song name will appear on the display.
radio will display “ROOT”.
a CD contains more than the maximum of
If the ignition or radio is turned off with a
50 folders, 5 sessions, and 999 files the
Order of Play
CD in the player, it will stay in the player.
player will let you access and navigate up
Tracks will be played in the following order:
When a CD is in the player and the ignition
to the maximum, but all items over the
Play will begin from the first track under the
is turned on, the radio must be turned on
maximum will be ignored.
root directory. When all tracks from the root
before the CD will start playback. When
Root Directory
directory have been played, play will con-
the ignition and radio are turned on, the
The root directory will be treated as a
tinue from files according to their numerical
CD will start playing where it stopped, if it
folder. If the root directory has compressed
listing. After playing the last track from the
was the last selected audio source.
audio files, the directory will be displayed
last folder, the player will begin playing
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch
as
“ROOT”. All files contained directly
again at the first track of the first folder or
(8 cm) single CDs with an adapter ring.
under the root directory will be accessed
root directory.
Full-size CDs and the smaller CDs are
prior to any other directory.
File System and Naming
loaded in the same manner.
Empty Directory or Folder
The song name in the ID3 tag will be dis-
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality may
If a root directory or a folder exists some-
played. If the song name is not present in
be reduced due to CD-R quality, the
where in the file structure that contains
the ID3 tag, then the radio will display the
method of recording, the quality of the
only folders/subfolders and no compressed
file name without the extension (such as
music that has been recorded, and the way
files directly beneath them, the player will
MP3/WMA) instead.
the CD-R has been handled. There may be
advance to the next folder in the file struc-
Track names longer than 32 characters or
an increase in skipping, difficulty in finding
ture that contains compressed audio files
4 pages will be shortened. The display will
tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
and the empty folder will not be displayed
not show parts of words on the last page of
ejecting. If these problems occur, check
or numbered.
text and the extension of the filename will
the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface
No Folder
not be displayed.
of the CD is damaged, such as cracked,
When the CD contains only compressed
broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
files, the files will be located under the root
properly.
folder. The next and previous folder func-
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If there is no apparent damage, try a
TUNE (Previous/Next Folder) button (4):
CD Messages
known good CD.
Press the up or down arrows to go to the
CHECK CD:
first track in the previous folder or to go to
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get
If this message appears on the display
the next folder. The player will continue
caught in the CD player. If a CD is
and/or the CD comes out, it could be for
moving backward or forward through the
recorded on a personal computer and a
one of the following reasons:
CD with each press of the up or down
description label is needed, try labeling the
arrows.
• It is very hot. When the temperature
top of the recorded CD with a marking pen
returns to normal, the CD will play.
instead.
INFO/DISP (Information/Display) button
• You are driving on a very rough road.
(12):
If an error appears on the display, see “CD
When the road becomes smoother, the
Press this button to display additional text
Messages” later in this section.
CD will play.
information related to the current MP3/
• The CD is dirty, scratched, wet, or
All of the CD functions work the same
WMA song. A choice of additional informa-
upside down.
while playing an MP3/WMA, except for
tion such as: Song Title, Album Title, Artist,
• The air is very humid. If so, wait about an
those listed here. See “Playing a CD” ear-
and Bit rate may appear.
hour and try again.
lier for more information.
When information is not available, “No Info”
• The format of the CD may not be com-
DIR (Directory) button (11):
will appear on the display.
patible. See “MP3/WMA Format” earlier
Press this button to repeat the tracks in the
in this section.
Press and hold this button to change the
current directory. “DIR” will appear on the
• There may have been a problem while
display mode.
display.
burning the CD.
Press this button again to repeat the tracks
Scroll:
• The label may be caught in the CD
in all of the directories. “ALL” will appear on
Press and hold the sound button [in MP3/
player.
the display.
WMA mode]
If the CD is not playing correctly, for any
Press this button again to turn off repeat
The song title or other information of a
other reason, try a known good CD.
play.
song will scroll on/off. The default mode is
scroll on.
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error
SEEK (Previous/Next Folder) button (5)
Scroll mode can be changed only when
cannot be corrected, contact your SUZUKI
(in MP3/WMA mode):
you press and hold the sound button.
dealer. If the radio displays an error mes-
Press the up or down arrows to change the
sage, write it down and provide it to your
folder. If the CD-R doesn’t have any folder,
SUZUKI dealer when reporting the prob-
“ROOT” will flash on display for a short
lem.
time.
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INSTRUMENT PANEL
AUX Mode
parked. See Defensive Driving for more
STEERING WHEEL REMOTE OPER-
Press this button to listen to the audio con-
information on driver distraction.
ATION (if equipped in the vehicle)
tents from other devices; Walkman, Porta-
To use a portable audio player, connect a
Power Button
ble CD Player, Portable MP3 Player, i-pod,
3.5 mm (1/8 inch) cable to the radio’s front
Press this button to turn the system on and
XM receiver, etc.
auxiliary input jack. When a device is con-
off. Press this button for a short time to
1) Connect the output port of the device to
nected, press the radio CD/AUX button as
MUTE the sound. Press the button again
the aux jack of the head unit with an
needed to begin playing audio from the
to cancel MUTE.
aux connector.
device over the car speakers.
Volume Up Button
2) Turn the device on.
CD/AUX (CD/Auxiliary) button (9):
Press this button to increase the volume
3) Press this button.
Press this button once to play a CD while a
level.
If you want to control the volume level, use
portable audio device is playing. Press this
Volume Down Button
the volume buttons of the head unit or the
button a second time and the system will
Press this button to decrease the volume
device.
begin playing audio from the connected
level.
portable audio player. Once in this mode,
Using the Auxiliary Input Jack
“Auxinput” will appear on the display. If the
Seek Button
Your radio system has an auxiliary input
auxiliary jack does not detect the presence
RADIO MODE
jack located on the lower right side of the
of an output jack, the aux mode will be pre-
Press the Seek Button for a short time to
faceplate. This is not an audio output; do
vented from coming up.
search for stored radio channels.
not plug a headphone set into the front
Power/Volume knob (1):
auxiliary input jack. You can however, con-
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
nect an external audio device such as an
CH1
CH2
CH3
wise to increase or decrease the volume of
iPod, laptop computer, MP3 player, CD
the portable player. You may need to make
changer, or cassette tape player, etc. to the
additional volume adjustments from the
auxiliary input jack for use as another
portable device if the volume does not go
CH6
CH5
CH4
source for audio listening.
loud or soft enough.
The auxiliary input jack will also accept cell
84Z025
phone connectors. Plug the cell phone
Press and hold the Seek Button to search
connector into the auxiliary input jack to
for the next receivable higher-frequency.
hear the other side of a cell phone’s con-
versation through the vehicle sound sys-
tem.
Drivers are encouraged to set up their por-
table audio player while the vehicle is
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CDP MODE
Radio with Six-Disc CD (Double Display, MP3/WMA) (AGH-6400)
Press the Seek Button for a short time to
go to the next track.
2
3
10
Track01
Track02
9
11
5
4
84Z026
Press and hold the Seek Button to fast
play.
6
12
Mode Button
Press the Mode Button to change the
8
1
mode. (“CDP” is displayed when a CD is in
the CDP deck)
FM1
FM2
FM-A
(CDP)
7
AM-A
AM-2
AM-1
85Z019
84Z027
1. Power/Volume knob
•3 RDM: Random button
2. AM button
•4 INT: Introduction button
3. FM button
•5 DSC-: Previous CDC button
4. TUNE button
•6 DSC+: Next CDC button
5. SEEK button
8. SOUND (SCROLL) button
6. SCAN/AST button
9. LOAD button
7. Preset station buttons
10. CDC button
•1 DIR: Directory button
11. EJECT button
•2 RPT: Repeat button
12. INFO/DISP button
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PLAYING THE RADIO
To search for the previous receivable lower
Preset station buttons (7):
station, press the down arrows.
Power/Volume knob (1):
Setting Preset Stations
Press this knob to turn the system on and
SCAN/AST button (6):
Up to 36 stations (six FM1, six FM2, six
off.
Press this button to scan radio stations.
FM-A and six AM1, six AM2, six AM-A),
Turn the Power/Volume knob clockwise or
(Scan tuning)
can be programmed on the six numbered
counterclockwise to increase or decrease
preset buttons, by performing the following
Scan
the volume.
steps:
The radio will go to a station, play for a few
Press this button for a short time to MUTE
seconds, and then go on to the next sta-
1)
Turn the radio on.
the radio. Press the button again to cancel
tion. Press this button again to stop scan-
2)
Press the AM or FM button to select
MUTE.
ning.
FM1, FM2, FM-A, AM1, AM2 or AM-A.
3)
Tune in the desired station.
Finding a Station
The radio will only scan stations with a
4)
Press and hold one of the six numbered
AM button (2):
strong signal that are in the selected band.
preset buttons.
Press this button to switch to an AM sta-
The preset button number
(Display:
Automatic Store
tion. The display will show the selection.
CH#1 ~ CH#6) will flash on the display
Press and hold this button to use Auto
when the station has been set. When-
FM button (3):
Store.
ever that numbered preset button is
Press this button to switch to an FM sta-
FM1’s 6 preset stations with the strongest
pressed, the memorized station will
tion. The display will show the selection.
signal in the region can be automatically
return.
TUNE button (4):
stored. The display will show
“AUTO
5)
Repeat the previous four steps for each
Press this button to select radio stations.
SCANNING”, and “SCANNING” will flash
preset button.
(Instruction tuning)
on display.
Press the up arrows to increase the fre-
Stored stations will flash for a short time on
quency.
display in sequence. Once the stations are
Press the down arrows to decrease the fre-
stored, the radio will switch to FM-A and
quency.
the first preset station will begin to play.
The frequency of the AM band changes
FM-A will appear on the display when lis-
10 kHz each time and the frequency of the
tening to the automatically stored stations.
FM band changes 200 kHz each time.
Press the AM or FM button to stop auto-
SEEK button (5):
matic store.
Press this button to search for and select
receivable radio stations. (Seek tuning)
To search for the next receivable higher
station, press the up arrows.
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ORDER OF SOUND FUNCTIONS
Adjusting the Speakers (Balance/Fade)
Setting the EQ
To adjust the balance between the right
Press this button until “EQ OFF” appears
and the left speakers, press this button
on the display to select customized equal-
BASS MID
TRE
until “BAL” appears on the display. Turn the
ization settings designed for classic,
VOL
volume knob to change the balance. The
dance, rock, jazz, pop, voice and techno.
FAD
display will show the balance level. When
Turn the volume knob until the desired
finished making the selection, press this
equalization setting appears on the display.
EQ OFF
BAL
button again to select the balance level.
When finished making the selection, press
84Z023
the SOUND button again to select the
To adjust the fade between the front and
equalization setting.
SOUND button (8):
rear speakers, press this button until “FAD”
appears on the display. Turn the volume
To cancel an equalization setting, press
Setting the Tone (Bass/Mid/Treble)
knob to change the fade between the front
the SOUND button until “EQ OFF” appears
Press this button until “BAS” appears on
and the rear speakers. The display will
on the display, turn the volume knob until
the display. Turn the volume knob to
show the fade level. When finished making
“OFF” appears on the display, then press
increase or to decrease the bass. The dis-
the selection, press this button again to
the SOUND button again
to select the
play will show the bass level. When fin-
select the fade level.
equalization setting.
ished making the selection, press this
button again to select the bass level.
EQ OFF
CLASSIC DANCE
Press this button until “MID” appears on
the display. Turn the volume knob to
TECHNO
ROCK
increase or to decrease the mid. The dis-
play will show the mid level. When finished
VOICE
POP
JAZZ
making the selection, press this button
again to select the mid level.
84Z024
Press this button until “TRE” appears on
the display. Turn the volume knob to
increase or to decrease the treble. The dis-
play will show the treble level. When fin-
ished making the selection, press this
button again to select the treble level. If a
station is weak or noisy, decrease the tre-
ble.
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PLAYING A CD
properly. If there is no apparent damage,
the CD with each press of the up or down
Insert a CD partway into the slot, label side
try a known good CD.
arrows.
up. The player will pull it in and the CD
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get
AM button (2):
should begin playing. You can insert a CD
caught in the CD player. If a CD is
Press this button to listen to the radio when
with the ignition off.
recorded on a personal computer and a
a CD is playing. The inactive CD will
When the CD is inserted,
“CDP” will
description label is needed, try labeling the
remain safely inside the radio for future lis-
appear on the display. As the CD is loading
top of the recorded CD with a marking pen
tening.
“LOADING” will appear on the display. As
instead.
FM button (3):
each new track starts to play, the track and
If an error appears on the display, see “CD
Press this button to listen to the radio when
track number will appear on the display.
Messages” later in this section.
a CD is playing. The inactive CD will
If the ignition or radio is turned off with a
remain safely inside the radio for future lis-
RPT (Repeat) button (7):
CD in the player, it will stay in the player.
tening.
Press this button to repeat the current
When a CD is in the player and the ignition
track. RPT will appear on the display.
CD/AUX button (9):
is turned on, the radio must be turned on
Press this button again to turn off repeat
Press this button to play a CD when listen-
before the CD will start playback. When
play.
ing to the radio. “CDP” will appear on the
the ignition and radio are turned on, the
display when the CD player has been
CD will start playing where it stopped, if it
RDM (Random) button (7):
selected. The CD symbol will appear on
was the last selected audio source.
Press this button to hear the tracks in ran-
the display when a CD is loaded.
dom, rather than sequential, order. “RDM”
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch
will appear on the display. Press this button
Press this button while a CD is playing to
(8 cm) single CDs with an adapter ring.
again to turn off random play.
pause the CD. “PAUSE” will flash on the
Full-size CDs and the smaller CDs are
display. Press this button again to resume
loaded in the same manner.
INT (Scan) button (7):
playing the CD.
Press this button to listen to the first few
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality may
seconds of each track on each loaded CD.
Press this button to play a CD when listen-
be reduced due to CD-R quality, the
“INTRO” will appear on the display. To stop
ing to the audio contents from other device
method of recording, the quality of the
scanning, press this button again. The cur-
(AUX mode). “CDP” will appear on the dis-
music that has been recorded, and the way
rent track will begin to play.
play when the CD player has been
the CD-R has been handled. There may be
selected. The CD symbol will appear on
increase in skipping, difficulty in finding
TUNE (Previous/Next Track) button (4):
the display when a CD is loaded.
tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
Press the down arrows to go to the start of
ejecting. If these problems occur, check
the current track or press the up arrows to
EJECT button (10):
the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface
go to the next track. The track number will
Press this button to eject a CD. The only
of the CD is damaged, such as cracked,
appear on the display. The player will con-
way a CD can be ejected from the player is
broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
tinue moving backward or forward through
by pressing the eject button. The CD will
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not eject when the ignition or the radio is
the complexity and confusion in trying to
radio displays the name of the folder the
turned off.
locate a particular folder during playback. If
radio will display “ROOT”.
a CD contains more than the maximum of
Order of Play
Using an MP3/WMA CD
50 folders, 5 sessions, and 999 files the
Tracks will be played in the following order:
player will let you access and navigate up
MP3/WMA Format
to the maximum, but all items over the
Play will begin from the first track under the
If you burn your own MP3/WMA disc on a
maximum will be ignored.
root directory. When all tracks from the root
personal computer:
directory have been played, play will con-
Root Directory
• Make sure the MP3/WMA files are
tinue from files according to their numerical
The root directory will be treated as a
recorded on a CD-R disc.
listing. After playing the last track from the
folder. If the root directory has compressed
• Make sure to finalize the disc when burn-
last folder, the player will begin playing
audio files, the directory will be displayed
ing an MP3/WMA disc, using multiple
again at the first track of the first folder or
as
“ROOT”. All files contained directly
sessions. It is usually better to burn the
root directory.
under the root directory will be accessed
disc all at once.
prior to any other directory.
File System and Naming
• Files can be recorded with a variety of
The song name in the ID3 tag will be dis-
fixed or variable bit rates. Song title, art-
Empty Directory or Folder
played. If the song name is not present in
ist name, and album will be available for
If a root directory or a folder exists some-
the ID3 tag, then the radio will display the
display by the radio when recorded using
where in the file structure that contains
file name without the extension (such as
ID3 tags version 1 and 2.
only folders/subfolders and no compressed
MP3/WMA) instead.
• Do not mix standard audio and MP3/
files directly beneath them, the player will
WMA files on one disc.
advance to the next folder in the file struc-
Track names longer than 32 characters or
• Make sure each MP3/WMA file has a
ture that contains compressed audio files
4 pages will be shortened. The display will
“.mp3” or
“.wma” extension, other file
and the empty folder will not be displayed
not show parts of words on the last page of
extensions may not work.
or numbered.
text and the extension of the filename will
not be displayed.
The player will be able to read and play a
No Folder
maximum of 50 folders, 5 sessions, and
When the CD contains only compressed
999 files. Long file names and folder
files, the files will be located under the root
names may use more disc memory space
folder. The next and previous folder func-
than necessary. To conserve space on the
tions will have no function on a CD that
disc, minimize the length of the file, and
was recorded without folders or playlists.
folder names. You can also play an MP3/
When displaying the name of the folder the
WMA CD that was recorded using no file
radio will display “ROOT”.
folders. The system can support up to 8
When the CD contains only compressed
folders in depth, but, keep the depth of the
audio files, but no folders, all files will be
folders to a minimum in order to keep down
located under the root folder. When the
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Playing an MP3/WMA
Do not add any label to a CD, it could get
TUNE (Previous/Next Folder) button (4):
With the ignition on, insert a CD partway
caught in the CD player. If a CD is
Press the up or down arrows to go to the
into the slot, label side up. The player will
recorded on a personal computer and a
first track in the previous folder or to go to
pull it in, then “LOADING”, and then “MP3”
description label is needed, try labeling the
the next folder. The player will continue
or “WMA” will appear on the display. The
top of the recorded CD with a marking pen
moving backward or forward through the
CD should begin playing. You can’t insert a
instead.
CD with each press of the up or down
CD with the acc off. As each new track
arrows.
If an error appears on the display, see “CD
starts to play, the track number, and the
Messages” later in this section.
INFO/DISP (Information/Display) button
song name will appear on the display.
(12):
All of the CD functions work the same
If the ignition or radio is turned off with a
Press this button to display additional text
while playing an MP3/WMA, except for
CD in the player, it will stay in the player.
information related to the current MP3/
those listed here. See “Playing a CD” ear-
When a CD is in the player and the ignition
WMA song. A choice of additional informa-
lier for more information.
is turned on, the radio must be turned on
tion such as: Song Title, Album Title, Artist,
before the CD will start playback. When
DIR (Directory) button (11):
and Bit rate may appear.
the ignition and radio are turned on, the
Press this button to repeat the tracks in the
When information is not available, “No Info”
CD will start playing where it stopped, if it
current directory. “DIR” will appear on the
will appear on the display.
was the last selected audio source.
display.
Press this button again to repeat the tracks
Press and hold this button to change the
The CD player can play the smaller 3 inch
in all of the directories. “ALL” will appear on
display mode.
(8 cm) single CDs with an adapter ring.
the display.
Full-size CDs and the smaller CDs are
Scroll:
Press this button again to turn off repeat
loaded in the same manner.
Press and hold the sound button [in MP3/
play.
WMA mode]
If playing a CD-R, the sound quality may
SEEK (Previous/Next Folder) button (5)
The song title or other information of a
be reduced due to CD-R quality, the
(in MP3/WMA mode):
song will scroll on/off. The default mode is
method of recording, the quality of the
Press the up or down arrows to change the
scroll on.
music that has been recorded, and the way
folder. If the CD-R doesn’t have any folder,
Scroll mode can be changed only when
the CD-R has been handled. There may be
“ROOT” will flash on display for a short
you press and hold the sound button.
an increase in skipping, difficulty in finding
time.
tracks, and/or difficulty in loading and
ejecting. If these problems occur, check
the bottom surface of the CD. If the surface
of the CD is damaged, such as cracked,
broken, or scratched, the CD will not play
properly. If there is no apparent damage,
try a known good CD.
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CD Messages
AUX Mode
parked. See Defensive Driving for more
Press this button to listen to the audio con-
information on driver distraction.
CHECK CD:
tents from other devices; Walkman, Porta-
If this message appears on the display
To use a portable audio player, connect a
ble CD Player, Portable MP3 Player, i-pod,
and/or the CD comes out, it could be for
3.5 mm (1/8 inch) cable to the radio’s front
XM receiver, etc.
one of the following reasons:
auxiliary input jack. When a device is con-
1) Connect the output port of the device to
nected, press the radio CD/AUX button as
• It is very hot. When the temperature
the aux jack of the head unit with an
needed to begin playing audio from the
returns to normal, the CD will play.
aux connector.
device over the car speakers.
• You are driving on a very rough road.
2) Turn the device on.
When the road becomes smoother, the
CD/AUX (CD/Auxiliary) button (9):
3) Press this button.
CD will play.
Press this button once to play a CD while a
• The CD is dirty, scratched, wet, or
If you want to control the volume level, use
portable audio device is playing. Press this
upside down.
the volume buttons of the head unit or the
button a second time and the system will
• The air is very humid. If so, wait about an
device.
begin playing audio from the connected
hour and try again.
portable audio player. Once in this mode,
• The format of the CD may not be com-
Using the Auxiliary Input Jack
“Auxinput” will appear on the display. If the
patible. See “MP3/WMA Format” earlier
Your radio system has an auxiliary input
auxiliary jack does not detect the presence
in this section.
jack located on the lower right side of the
of an output jack, the aux mode will be pre-
• There may have been a problem while
faceplate. This is not an audio output; do
vented from coming up.
burning the CD.
not plug a headphone set into the front
Power/Volume knob (1):
• The label may be caught in the CD
auxiliary input jack. You can however, con-
Turn this knob clockwise or counterclock-
player.
nect an external audio device such as an
wise to increase or decrease the volume of
iPod, laptop computer, MP3 player, CD
If the CD is not playing correctly, for any
the portable player. You may need to make
changer, or cassette tape player, etc. to the
other reason, try a known good CD.
additional volume adjustments from the
auxiliary input jack for use as another
portable device if the volume does not go
If any error occurs repeatedly or if an error
source for audio listening.
loud or soft enough.
cannot be corrected, contact your SUZUKI
The auxiliary input jack will also accept cell
dealer. If the radio displays an error mes-
phone connectors. Plug the cell phone
sage, write it down and provide it to your
connector into the auxiliary input jack to
SUZUKI dealer when reporting the prob-
hear the other side of a cell phone’s con-
lem.
versation through the vehicle sound sys-
tem.
Drivers are encouraged to set up their por-
table audio player while the vehicle is
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STEERING WHEEL REMOTE OPER-
CDP MODE
CD CHANGER OPERATION
ATION (if equipped in the vehicle)
Press the Seek Button for a short time to
(Optional)
go to the next track.
The CD changer is installed in the trunk.
Power Button
Press this button to turn the system on and
Up to 6 discs can be stored in the maga-
off. Press this button for a short time to
Track01
Track02
zine of the CD changer.
MUTE the sound. To cancel MUTE, press
A selection of tracks from the
6 discs
this button again.
stored in the disc magazine can be made
Volume Up Button
and automatically played in the order of
Press this button to increase the volume
your preference.
level.
84Z026
NOTE:
Volume Down Button
Press and hold the Seek Button to fast
• The CD changer is controlled by the
Press this button to decrease the volume
play.
Main Unit.
level.
Mode Button
• The CD changer is an Optional Item.
Seek Button
Press the Mode Button to change the
RADIO MODE
mode.
(“CDP” is displayed when a CD is
Press the Seek Button for a short time to
in the CDP deck)
search for stored radio channels.
FM1
FM2
FM-A
CH1
CH2
CH3
(CDP)
AM-A
AM-2
AM-1
CH6
CH5
CH4
84Z027
84Z025
Press and hold the Seek Button to search
for the next receivable higher-frequency.
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How to Change Discs
1
86Z013
2
To remove:
1) Open the sliding door of the CD
86Z026
changer to the right until it is completely
latched.
1. Magazine slot
2. Magazine eject button
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Labeled surface upward
86Z014
86Z015
86Z016
2) Press the eject button on the CD
3) Pull a tray out of the magazine by
To load:
changer and remove the magazine.
pressing the tray button.
1) Put the disc on a tray with its label side
4) Remove the disc from the tray and rein-
upward.
sert the tray into the magazine.
2) Insert the tray into the magazine.
3) Push the magazine into the CD
changer until it is locked and a click
sound is heard.
4) After loading the magazine, close the
sliding door completely to the left.
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The CD changer is operated by the main
button, the disc will skip to the next
Track Introduction:
unit.
track.
To quickly and conveniently scan the track,
2) To play the previous track, rotate this
use the “3 or 4/INT” button.
1) Press the power button on the main unit
knob counterclockwise for less than 1
“INTRO” will be displayed in VFD and the
to turn the audio system on.
second or press the track down button
audio system will play the first 10 seconds
2) If a disc is already inserted inside the
once. Each time you rotate the knob or
of each track.
CD changer, press the “CD” button.
press the button, the disc will skip to the
When the player reaches the desired track,
Playback starts at the beginning of the
previous track.
press this button again and normal play will
track that you were previously listening
resume.
to.
Cue & Review:
3) If a disc is not inserted yet, load a disc
This function allows desired point-search
Random Play:
in the magazine.
(Refer to
“How to
within a track at a faster than normal play-
To play a CD disc in random order, press
change discs”.)
back speed.
the “4 or 5/RDM” button.
Then, press the “CD” button to play.
“RDM” will be displayed in VFD and the
Playback starts from the No. 1 disc.
1) To search for the desired point of a
audio system will play the CD in random
track, rotate this knob and hold it or
order.
CD Changer Play:
press and hold the track up/down but-
To cancel this function, press this button
To play the CD Changer while operating
ton. The audio level is reduced and the
again.
the radio, press the “CD” button if a disc is
disc will play at a faster than normal
already inserted in the CD changer.
playback speed. When the disc reaches
Disc Up / Down Button
the desired point, release the knob/but-
The mode is transferred to the CD changer
To select another disc in ascending order,
ton and normal play will resume.
and the CD is played back from the track
press the “3 or 6/UP” button. The number
2) To cue (forward) the track, rotate this
that you were previously listening to.
of the selected disc will appear on the
knob clockwise or press the track up
VFD.
If a disc is not in the CD changer, the mode
button. To review (backward) the track,
To select another disc in descending order,
is not changed to the CD changer when
rotate this knob counterclockwise or
press the “5 or 6/DN” button. The number
you press this button.
press the track down button.
of the selected disc will appear on the
VFD.
Track Up & Down:
Repeat Play:
The track up & down knob/button allows
To repeatedly listen to the current track,
you to make quick selections from your
press the “2/RPT” button.
playing disc.
“RPT” is displayed in VFD and the current
track will be played back repeatedly until
1) To play the next track, rotate this knob
this function is canceled.
clockwise for less than
1 second or
To cancel this function, press this button
press the track up button once. Each
again.
time you rotate the knob or press the
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DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE
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